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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: Trio of Midweek Games

All three Kansas City teams were in action in the midweek this week.

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Here are some stats and milestones from the three games this week.

Sporting Kansas City

Tim Melia recorded his 36th win in all competitions in goal, tying him with Bo Oshoniyi for the 3rd most all time.

Counting the USOC proper and qualifiers, Melia is now Sporting KC's all time leader in wins in the US Open Cup with 6.

Kharlton Belmar made his Sporting KC debut.

In the 17th minute, Roger Espinoza moved past Matt Besler and into 2nd place for minutes played in the US Open Cup proper, he finished the game with 1,294 minutes played.

Espinoza made his 15th appearance in the US Open Cup (qualifiers and proper) breaking his tie with Nick Garcia and Jacob Peterson for 4th all time on that list.

Espinoza made his 14th appearance in the USOC proper, tying him with Peterson for the 3rd most all time.

Espinoza made his 13th start in the US Open Cup (qualifiers and proper) tying him with Garcia and Chance Myers for 3rd all time on that list.

It was his 12th start in the USOC proper, tying him with Garcia for 3rd all time on that list.

Ike Opara's game winning goal was his 8th for KC in all competitions, tying him with Scott Sealy, Igor Simutenkov, Digital Takawira, and Benny Feilhaber for the 10th most all time.

Opara's goal was his 7th away from home in all competitions, tying him with Eddie Johnson, Aurelien Collin, and Krisztian Nemeth for 19th all time on that list.

In the 33rd minute, Seth Sinovic moved past Eric Kronberg and into 8th place for minutes played in the US Open Cup (qualifiers and proper), in the 71st Sinovic moved past Graham Zusi and into 7th place on that list finishing with 1,078 minutes played.

In the 3rd minute, Sinovic moved past Dom Dwyer and into 7th place for minutes played in the US Open Cup proper, in the 5th minute he moved past Zusi and into 6th place on that list, then in the 87th minute he moved past Myers and into 5th place on that list, finishing the game with 988 minutes played.

Swope Park Rangers

At 27 years, 37 days, Lebo Moloto passed Zac Lubin as the 6th oldest player to appear in a game for Swope Park.

Diego Rubio scored his 2nd goal for the Rangers, putting him in 11th place on both lists.

In the 76th minute, Kevin Oliveira moved past Kris Tyrpak and into 7th place for league minutes played for SPR, Oliveira finished the game with 1,760 minutes played.

In the 65th minute, Oumar Ballo moved past Tyrpak and into 6th place for minutes played in all competitions for SPR, Ballo finished the game with 2,099 minutes played.

Ballo made his 26th league appearance, tying him with Tommy Meyer for 8th on that list.

In the 6th minute Adrian Zendejas moved past Nansel Selbol and into 11th place for minutes played in all competitions. Then in the 79th minute, Zendejas moved past Dane Kelly and into 10th place on that list, finishing the game with 1,560 minutes played.

Mark Anthony Gonzalez made his 33rd league appearance for SPR, breaking his tie with Selbol for 4th on that list.

Tyler Pasher started his 31st league game for SPR, breaking his tie with Ualefi for 2nd all time on that list.

FC Kansas City

Shea Groom and Desiree Scott made their 42nd league appearances for FCKC, tying them with Merritt Mathias for 9th place on that list.

Groom started her 38th game in all competitions, tying her with Mathias for 9th all time on that list.

Brittany Taylor made her 31st league appearance, tying her with Amy LePeilbet and Elizabeth Bogus for 14th on that list.

Yael Averbuch made her 49th league appearance for FCKC, breaking her tie with Lauren Holiday for 7th all time on that list.